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Travel Blogs from Cave City
Made it to the lodge this afternoon. Now we have all been summoned to the main building because of a tornado watch that may quickly develop into a warning, at which time we will all be moved to the basement shelter. Ok, gotta say, I am not liking this situation at all!! Will keep you all posted as long as battery lasts. It is like a light show right ...
... s birthplace in Hodgenville, Kentucky, before heading on to Mammoth Caves. Mammoth Caves has the distinction of being the longest cave system in the world, with over 400 miles of documented tunnels. We did 2 miles of them. It was pretty impressive.
On to St. Louis, MO tomorrow. It is a 6 hour drive but it is supposed to rain tomorrow, so we will see how far we decide to go!
Here is some information I found out about it on the web:
RIVER WALK AT MITCH MCCONNELL PARK
... and green leaves are bursting out at the tops of the trees so they look fuzzy. Redbuds and wisteria are in bloom, too. Mammoth Cave National Park was a perfect place to walk in the sunshine so I explored the Heritage Trail and walked down to the Historical Entrance to feel the cold air rushing out. The exhibits and films gave ...
... Abe spent his early years and over to his birthplace. The birthplace was the other kind of cool. We took a ranger guided tour and watched the movie. This national historic site, gets a gem.
Well, once again, don't know where we will be or what services we will have coming up. I will check in when I can.
Signed, Carolina Dave AKA Green ...